Ten steps to secure networking

Friday, 30 September 2005, 3:26 AM EST

Traditional thinking equates this to a handful of specific requirements, including user authentication, user device protection and point solutions. However, the move to convergence, together with greater workforce mobility, exposes networks to new vulnerabilities, as any connected user can potentially attack the network.

By Pamela Warren at Computerworld.

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